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Irrespective of citizenship, if you are a refugee from a Ukrainian university and if you seek the support of the University of Bucharest, please write us at



Romanian Government (Flyer for Ukrainian citizens: UA, EN)

Basic information on services available for refugees of Ukrainian citizenship in Romania

Type: PDF flyer that can be freely downloaded, printed and distributed

Created by: The Government of Romania


Help-line in Ukrainian: 📞 0219590

Continuously updated official information about the rights and procedures for those crossing the Romanian border, irrespective of citizenship, asylum procedures and official contacts. It includes also a Romanian-Ukrainian dictionary app for basic vocabulary.

Type: Official national platform

Created by: Code4Romania for the Romanian Government (Ministry of Internal Affairs - Department for Emergency Situations), International Organization for Migration (IOM) Romania, the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) and the Romanian National Council for Refugees (CNRR)

SOLIDARITY call center (UA, EN, RO)

Help-line: 📞 0377 300 300 (08:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.)

Call center that redirects to relevant organizations

Type: call center

Created by: Geeks for Democracy (G4D) & Impact Hub Bucharest

The UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) Romania (Web: EN)

FAQs for refugees. Its partner in the field is the Romanian National Council for Refugees (CNRR), in this list.

Type: Official page of the Romanian office of a UN Agency

Created by: UNCHR Romania

Romanian National Council for Refugees (CNRR) ( Web: EN RO | Facebook)

Romanian NGO with public utility status that provides human rights legal support and counsel, especially for refugees and asylum seekers.

Type: NGO website

Created by: CNRR

International Organization for Migration (IOM) Romania (Web: UA, EN)

Details on the location of border crossings (addresses and contact information), the necessary documentation, as well as a summary of the legal protections Romania offers to asylum seekers.

Type: Page on the Romanian website of a UN agency

Created by: The International Organization for Migration (IOM)

Border traffic (Romania-Ukraine) live info (Web: EN, RO)

Live map and list of all border-crossings, waiting times and closed crossings between Romania and Ukraine.

Type: Official webpage of Romanian authorities

Created by: The Romanian Border Police


Address: Bdul Aviatorilor 24, Sector 1, 011862, Bucureşti

Phone: (0040-21) 230.36.60, 230.36.68; 230 36 71

Fax: (0040-21) 230.36.61



Monday-Friday 9.00 – 13.00 and 14.00 – 18.15

Consular Section

Phone: (0040-21) 230.36.60

Fax: (0040-21) 230.36.69


Working hours: Monday-Friday 09.30 – 12.30

Chargé d'affaires a.i.: Mr. Paun Rohovei

Check the official list and contact details on the website of the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs:

Medical public services in Romania

Foreign citizens and stateless persons who flee Ukraine via/in Romania and who do not apply for a form of protection covered by the Romanian legislation on asylum can benefit during the temporary stay in Romania of free primary medical aid and treatment, free emergency medical aid, free medical aid and treatment for acute or chronical life-threatening illnesses, as well as the right to be included in Romanian national public health programs aimed at the prevention, surveillance and control of communicable diseases in situations of epidemiological risk.

Insurance procedures: Overview (EN)

Ukraine child cancer help: EN | UA | RU | RO

Tuberculosis care information: INSP - Institutul Național de Sănătate Publică / National Institute of Public Health (Survey overview: RO & UA | Instructions: RO)

Relevant legal & official documents: OUG 15/2022 (M.Of 1913/27.02.2022) (RO), CAS address (RO)